Seduc calls 56 approved in Selective Simplified process for the delivery of documents

The invited teachers must attend the institution's headquarters on Friday (28).
27/07/2017 14h01 - Updated 28/07/2017 12h14
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The State Secretariat for Education and Teaching Quality (SEDUC) convenes 56 teachers approved in Simplified Selection Process (PSS) for a delivery of documents. The invited teachers will work in the areas of Special Education, Biology, Sciences, PE, Religious education, Philosophy, Geography, History, Portuguese language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Initial series (1Th to 5 th year), Sociology and face Teaching with Technology Mediation.

A list of the names of the invited professionals and their ranking order of these PSS No. 034/2017 They can be accessed on the site SEDUC:

According to the Secretariat, the teachers summoned must appear in the institution's headquarters on Friday (28), from 8 am to 10 am. The service lotacional respect the classification order of the candidates on the PSS.

To attend to the Secretariat's headquarters, located on the avenue Waldomiro Lustoza, No 350, Japiim neighborhood 2, South Zone of Manaus, related Applicants should address the Promotion Management and Server Recovery (Gervs) to receive said call lotacional.

documentation required
Candidates invited should go to the specified location, provided with three copies of the following documents readable: ID card (RG); CPF; PIS/PASEP (proof / statement); Voter Registration; Electoral Discharge Certificate; Military certificate (for men); Proof of address (Water or Phone); Current Account Statement (only Bradesco); Enable Proof (Diploma and Graduate History); and two photos 3 × 4.

Special Education teachers must submit a certificate with, no minimum, 80h Special Education course in the areas of hearing, visual or intellectual, recognized by the Ministry of Education (GUY) or the SEDUC.

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